Campbell's Tomato Soup can on shopping bag by Andy Warhol
 
 
 
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Campbell's Tomato Soup can on shopping bag by Andy Warhol
3995.00Sold
Who else but Andy Warhol would use a shopping bag as a canvas...?

Warhol was well known for his 'pop art' images of everyday objects such as Campbell's Soup cans, Brillo boxes, and Volkswagons. Through these images, and the shopping bag in particular, Warhol was making a statement about the "consumer-ization" of America.

These screenprinted shopping bags were published at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston in October 1966. This example is an outlandish orange, red, blue and purple tomato soup can, professionally mounted and framed to 23" x 30".
 
Additional Information
Product ID 88
Category Advertising, Art, Ephemera
Circa 1966
Condition very fine except for brown stain on bottom left which does not interfere with image and minor 'bleeding' of colors at the "ll's" of "Campbell's"
Length 30.00 in [76.20 cm]
Width 23.00 in [58.42 cm]
Price 3995.00
Status Sold
 
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